Auditory middle-latency responses in humans.

  title={Auditory middle-latency responses in humans.},
  author={Ozcan Ozdamar and Nina Kraus},
  journal={Audiology : official organ of the International Society of Audiology},
  volume={22 1},
Middle-latency responses (MLR) in humans were studied using an unconventional recording technique with wide bandpass filters. Such filtering permitted simultaneous recording of the auditory brain stem response (ABR) thus facilitating comparisons between the two responses. Effects of sedation (chloral hydrate and diazepam), stimulus-related properties and the coronal distribution of MLRs were examined. Mild sedatives did not appear to affect either MLRs or ABRs. MLRs differed from ABRs in their… CONTINUE READING


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